Classic Trader, headquarted in Berlin, Germany, has recently released a new guide which tracks individual value trends of classic cars identified by chassis numbers. The guide reveals the financial performance of the top 100 individual classic cars which have recorded the biggest shifts in value over the last six years.
Classic Trader was inspired to add this valuable reference tool to the website in order to “cater for what many call ‘passion investing’; it is for anybody who enjoys classic vehicles and wishes to gain an insight of the classic car market, specific popular marques and interesting trending phenomena within market movements, with a view to investment.
Like many other alternative investments, the classic car market is short of affordable, reliable, accurate information and/or analysis.”
Have a look at the interactive guide:
Some key facts:
Whilst the guide highlights a somewhat predictable rise among the most sought-after models, more humble cars such as the Fiat 850 Spider and Lancia Integrale Evo 1 are proving to be equally desirable as they have doubled or even tripled in value since 2010.
If you are interested in “passion investing” you can find more information, put togerher by some of the most influential experts in the car industry here.